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Kids First Program
|Location: ||Grand Forks, ND (map)|
|Phone / FAX: || |
|Service Area: ||Please call for service area.|
|Agency: ||Kids First Program|
|Agency Phone/FAX: ||701-787-5806 / 701-746-5918|
|Address: ||211 S. 4th St.|
| ||Grand Forks, ND 58201 |
|Agency Email: ||email@example.com|
|Agency Link: ||Kids First Program|
|Standard Fee: ||Please call for rate information|
|Sliding Scale? ||Yes|
|Onsite/Offsite: ||Onsite only |
|Years Experience: ||Not listed |
|Holidays: ||Please call for holiday availability. |
|Intake Procedure: ||Please call for intake information.|
||Kids First assures children safe contact with parents who have been a risk to their safety through abuse, neglect or involving the child in parental conflicts.|
Kids First offers a facility with state-of-the-art security, three visitation rooms, toys and activities for children and parents to do while visiting. In addition to safe visitations, Wishing Well provides safe exchanges of children between parents who do not wish to or are not allowed to have contact with one another because of a court decree.
Kids First serves as a tool to help families through difficult or transitional periods, allowing children to maintain a relationship with both parents and enabling them to enjoy the visits without having to worry about what might happen.
Scheduled visitations or supervised according to the level of supervision requested or ordered, including: (1) Full Direct, in which a staff person is in the room at all times with the visiting parent and child, and (2) Full Video, in which a staff person monitors the room throughout the entire visitation by video camera and microphone. Visitation frequency ranges from weekly visits to monthly or periodic visits, depending on the specific circumstances of each situation. Our program is available during daytime, evening or weekend hours.
Exchanges to ensure children are not entangled in parental conflicts and to protect adults who share custody of their children but are not allowed contact with one another as a result of a protection order or other court decree.